What not to do or say to the caregiver Most people don’t know what to say or do in times of enormous pain and suffering. It happens that I’ve learned a few things during the past month in which I lost my mother-in-law and three weeks later, her precious son, my husband and love of… Read More
From the front door, no, make that the sidewalk— you catch a whiff of the gooey goodness that tantalizes your taste-buds and fills your imagination with all manner of sweet, melt-in-your mouth lusciousness. That is the experience of tasting a Krispy Kreme doughnut if you’re lucky. Some people—my clients included—describe eating these doughnuts not as… Read More
I get lots of questions about what, when, and how much food to eat in order to achieve a healthy lifestyle. As your nutrition coach, I know that even with a balanced diet and your meals planned for the week, you sometimes need a little extra support. Enter nutrient supplementation. This is where dietary “rubber”… Read More
So you’ve tried everything from soup to nuts but nothing has worked.
Like the nearly 2 million other people who watched the VMAs as pop-singer, Lizzo told us to toss our hair, check our nails, look in the mirror and “feel good as hell!”, I too felt the power of her statement and the spirit with which she empowers women who for too long have not felt… Read More
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Abandoning the brown and beige meat and potatoes American style of eating and adopting a meal plan of colorful fruits and vegetables with small amounts of whole grains and lean protein can save your life.